The road to the site is No. Joke. I was driving my Ford Transit 250 campervan which is all wheel drive. The gravel road up the mountain is more like large loose rocks, not gravel. I did not feel comfortable continuing up the steep mountain so I 18 point turned the van around, which was another heart attack. A few atv’s luckily drove by and stopped to help. They said the thought of driving any normal vehicle up that mountain is absurd, you need off roading tires.
We did hike up to see the view which was amazing, but also the fact we were so secluded on this mountain kind of spooked me too. In summary, I’m a scaredy cat and if you’ve got anxiety, this drive is not for you.
David is super nice and met us upon arrival. We intended on car camping, so he showed us the 2 spots for us to park and camp. Unfortunately the spots did not offer much privacy and my biggest concern was the proximity to the road since we had our dog with us. The pictures online lead you to believe the camping spots are along the stream with room to spread out, but truly it is along his gravel driveway.
Steve has created the perfect private area on his property that has a great view of Table Rock. All supplies for a camp fire are provided and if your schedule allows, Steve and his wife will give you a tour of the tea farm! They are super nice and their property and business growth is extremely impressive. It was a pleasure staying here!